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I don't know

Three Steps to Take When Your Kid Says, “I Don’t Know”

By Diane Dempster

Blank Stares As parents, it can be difficult to effectively engage our kids in the process making decisions for themselves.…

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Mother-Daughter Battles

How to Stop the Cycle of Mother-Daughter Battles

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Stop The Cycle Many mothers and daughters clash. Moms often start private coaching with me specifically because they see old…

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school

When Smart Kids Struggle with School

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

If I live to be 100, I’ll never forget the joy of that afternoon, overshadowed by the years of misery…

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What is Recommended Treatment for ADHD?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

What Are Medical Guidelines for ADHD Treatment? According to the American Association of Pediatrics, the American Psychiatric Association, and other…

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Let Go, Control Freak Parent!

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

The first step for any control freak parent is to recognize that you need to let go. It’s hard to…

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Six Brain-Based Tips to Help Your Child Get Things Done

By Marydee Sklar

Do you constantly nag your child to do homework and chores? If so, you’ve been working really hard as the…

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don't nag

Why Nagging Doesn’t Work – ESPECIALLY for ADD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Nagging Tends to Backfire It is a common misconception in the world of ADHD that nagging is the “ONLY WAY”…

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Growth vs. Fixed Mindset in Kids and Adults

Interview with Maggie Wray | PhD & Diane Dempster | MHSA, CPC, PCC

One of the most basic beliefs we carry about ourselves has to do with how we view our personality. You…

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Shall Pass

This Too Shall Pass

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

I wear a pendant around my neck that gets me through everything. A quote from the Song of Solomon, in…

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